Clenney & Palmer,LLC

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Help with divorce law, divorce procedure and separation in montgomery alabama.

BANKRUPTCY and DIVORCE attorneys  
debt relief agency

alabama divorce law, divorce procedure and seperation services. 

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    Telephone : (334) 262-0400                                Address: 1738 Taliaferro Trail                                
    Toll Free : (866) 441-7498                                                    Montgomery, AL 36117        
    Fax: (334) 356-8327                                                                                                                                                                    AND / OR GOOGLE +
    Email : Debora@ClenneyPalmer.com   or Ashley@ClenneyPalmer.com


ALABAMA LAW REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING : We are a debt relief agency and attorney at law who help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. 
No representation is made that the quality of legal service to be preformed is greater than the quality of legal service preformed by other lawyers. 


The Attorneys at Clenney & Palmer, have practiced in the area of Probate Law since 1999. They are knowlegeable and experienced in the area of Probate Law and can help you with any probate matter. 

The Probate Court also hears the following legal matters: 


Estate Settlements

Wills

Gardianships

Conservatorships

Powers of Attorney

Health Care Directives / Liviing Wills

Adoptions

Name Changes

Probate is the process of proving a will is valid and thereafter administering the estate of the deceased person accouring to the terms of the will. The will is filed with the clerk of the appropriate court of the county where the deceased person lived, along with a petition to have the court "approve" the will and appoint an executor over the estate. If the court determines the will to be valid, the court then "admits" the will to probate. 


Probate is a general term relating the the administration of the deceased person's estate.